U.S. Black Emancipation Speeches (1919-1969)
By DOC LOCK
BLACK AMERICAN MUSIC (from 1919 to 2019)
Part 1: DIGGERS 1919 - 1969
Part 2: DANCERS 1969 - 2019 sat. 07/04 @ Amour Fou: www.lamourfou.be
It's A "Sit Back, Riiiilax & Enjoy" DJ Set
But Also A "Who Sample Who" Huge Catalog Game !!!
Speeches Are Political,
The Set Intentionally Avoid Huge "Black Struggle" Classics As:
Billie Holiday's "Strange Fruit", Aretha's "Respect", Robert Johnson, Sly Stone, Heron's "Television Televised", James Brown's "I'm Black & Proud"... Although They're Still Present Around
Some Specialists May Argue About Several Historical Mistakes,
But The Selection Doesn't Consider: Musical Styles, Skin Color, Records, Geography
Even Chronology !!!
It's All About: ...The SPIRIT ! ....
& In This Case, It's My Vision From Which Path Black Music Has Taken,
Not A Logical Way, Just The Spiritual One
Unusually, There Will Be No DJ Transition Technics,
Sit Back, Riiiilax, Light A Huge 1, Close Your Eyes & Enjoy !
Peace ! Uploaded 1 year ago -
Featuring tracks by Willie Mitchell - Groovin', Junior Mance - Don't Cha Hear Me Calling To Ya, Alan Lomax - Black Betty, Mel Torme - Comin' Home Baby, Shirley Ellis - The Clapping Song and more
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